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The discovery, settlement, and present state of Kentucky : and an introduction to the topography and natural history of that rich and important country ; also Colonel Daniel Boon's narrative of the wars of Kentucky ; with an account of the Indian nations within the limits of the United States ... and the stages and distances between Philadelphia and the Falls of the Ohio, from Pittsburgh to Pensacola, and several other places (1793)

Author: Filson, John, ca. 1747-1788
Subject: Boone, Daniel, 1734-1820; Indians of North America
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Stockdale
Language: English
Call number: 31735060442708
Digitizing sponsor: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Book contributor: University of Pittsburgh Library System
Collection: university_pittsburgh; americana
Notes: No TOC. Due to the very poor quality of printing, paper and binding of this book, pages are skewed, margins are tight in spots and print is close to running off the pages throughout the book.

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"Piankashaw council ... at Post St. Vincent's April 15, 1784": p. 49-51

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